Everlyne is 56 years old, married to Moses, and blessed with children who are now between the ages of 15 and 38. She practices dairy farming alongside a retail shop where she sells a variety of goods. She ventured into this business 20 years ago, and earns a monthly income of KES 10,000.
She has requested a first loan of KES 55,000 to purchase bales of flour, crates of eggs, and sacks of sugar and rice. The profit she earns will generate more income for her business.
Her dream is to become a successful businesswoman in this region.
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